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Housing committee meetings

What does the housing committee do?

There are 12 councillors on the housing committee who monitor the work done by tenant services, ensure tenants’ money is being well spent, and that services are of a good standard.

They also decide on multi-million pound projects such as the building of new council homes, and the modernisation of the council’s sheltered accommodation.

Your tenant representatives, known as the Tenants' Voice, also attend the housing committee.  They bring your (tenants’) views about our services (to you) directly to the discussions.  You can see these discussions from the comfort of your home by clicking onto a webcast of each meeting.

Stroud District Council is one of the few councils in the country where tenants are involved in helping to shape the future of social housing at such a high level.

Deadline for comments: 6pm on the day of the Housing Committee meeting.

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